Mutations that confer drug resistance (Anna Niewiadomska, BV-BRC) (S860G)
Mutation: S860G
Position: NC_045512v2:16021-16023
Genomic Size: 3
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Mutated nucleotides
DescriptionS861G mutation (incorrectly listed as S861G in the paper) in RdRp eliminates chain-termination by Remdesivir, which confirms the existence of a steric clash between that residue and the incorporated RDV-TP
ReferencesTchesnokov et al. (2020)
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Data last updated at UCSC: 2022-07-01 11:52:39


This track lists amino acid mutations that are known to confer drug resistance against Remdesivir, Sotrovimab, and Nirmatrelvir (Paxlovid). They were sourced with permission from Paul Gordon's website at the University of Calgary and Anna Niewiadomska from the J. Craig Venter Institute, manually input by Max Haeussler.

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Thanks to Anna Niewiadomska from the BV-BRC team at the J. Craig Venter Institute for converting these to coordinates.